Little D3 Drops Uses All Natural Flavoring
(EMAILWIRE.COM, March 13, 2015 ) Beaverton, OR -- Having already made the decision to formulate Little D3 Drops in pure Aloe Vera Juice to avoid the oily aftertaste left by other brands, Liddle Ones was now in a position to ensure that the majority of little ones would take the Vitamin D supplement without issue.
Taste is quite subjective and Liddle Ones responded to an initial taste survey to determine the ideal flavor for its Little Little D3 Drops D3 Drops. To ensure its product was of the highest quality and safety, Liddle Ones would only consider a natural flavor, ensuring that little ones, babies in particular, would not be receiving any synthetic chemicals as a result of flavoring. This resulted in a number of suitable flavorings being unacceptable for use due to their chemical nature or origin.
There are essentially three different groups that a flavoring can fall under.
- Natural: where it is derived from plant materials
- Nature Identical: where it is synthesized or made via chemical processes so that it can be identical to flavoring substances naturally present
- Artificial: commonly produced by chemical manipulaton of naturally sourced chemicals to mimic natural flavors.
The end result was that a natural wildberry flavor was chosen. Being completely derived from natural sources, the wildberry flavor complements the Aloe Vera Juice base, thus ensuring that the safest and most palatable Vitamin D liquid supplement is available for babies and infants.
Liddle Ones continues to assess customer feedback resulting in refined product offerings. To date there has been overwhelming support for the wildberry flavor.
About Liddle Ones
Liddle Ones is dedicated to ensuring the highest quality product for the best possible value. The recent release of Little D3 Drops is testament to this guarantee.
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